January 15, 2013
Gray Matters Brain Cancer Foundation has issued a $20,000 research grant to Dr. Hideho Okada of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute. This grant will be used to further Dr. Okada's research on the creation of personalized vaccines to treat newly diagnosed Glioblastoma patients. If you would like to learn more about this grant and Dr. Okada's research please Click Here.


December 28, 2012
Gray Matters Brain Cancer Foundation has issued a $70,000 research grant to Dr. Rameen Beroukhim of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. This grant will be used to further Dr. Beroukhim's studies in determining if heterogeneity in differentiation states within Glioblastoma models determined the response to a large number of compounds, and whether these differentiation states can be effectively modulated to enhance drug sensitivity. If you would like to learn more about this grant and Dr. Beroukhim's research, please Click Here.


December 7, 2011
Gray Matters Brain Cancer Foundation has issued a $70,000 research grant to Dana Farber Cancer Institute to support Dr. Keith Ligon into his screening of existing and experimental drugs against a panel of "neurosphere" cell lines that represent human glioblatomas with a variety of genomic profiles. If you would like to learn more about this Grant and Dr. Ligon's research please Click Here.


February 25, 2011
The Gray Matters Brain Cancer Foundation has issued a $10,000 grant to The National Brain Tumor Society (NBTS) to be part of their research grant initiatives. This contribution will be directly allocated to Glioblastoma research as part of a NBTS grant given to a researcher working within an academic research institution focusing specifically on Glioblastomas.


December 26, 2010
Gray Matters Brain Cancer Foundation issued a $50,000 research Grant to Dr. Rameen Beroukhim at Dana Farber Cancer Institute. This grant will help further Dr. Beroukhim's research into the P13 Kinase Pathway.
For a detailed explanation of Dr. Beroukhim's research, please Click Here.


November 30, 2010
6:30 - 7:00 pm tune into Wimg 1300 am, www.wimg.com or if in NJ, watch live on WZBN TV~ Cablevision Ch. 25, FIOS Ch. 28, Comcast Ch. 19 and Comcast Princeton Ch. 30 as Kathy Stewart, Co-Founder of the Gray Matters Brain Cancer Foundation appears on "Women to Women" to discuss the Creation of the Gray Matters Brain Cancer Foundation, all the fantastic news coming out of Brain Cancer Research, and all the wonderful things that Gray Matters is doing to support it!


 

 

 

 

 

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